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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. As what was Protagoras known?
(a) A philosopher.
(b) A Novice.
(c) A sophist.
(d) A master teacher.

2. How often did Protagoras say his students would improve?
(a) Weekly.
(b) Hourly.
(c) Monthly.
(d) Daily.

3. Which of the following was NOT a piece of virtue according to Protagoras?
(a) Bravery.
(b) Justice.
(c) Honesty.
(d) Temperance.

4. Why did they try to set up a mediator?
(a) To monitor the questions.
(b) To control Socrates.
(c) To control Protagoras.
(d) To monitor the audience.

5. Why did Socrates say temperance could not be a part of virtue?
(a) It was too controversial.
(b) Some people did not like it.
(c) It was the opposite of wisdom.
(d) There were too many definitions.

Short Answer Questions

1. What kind of education did Hippocrates want?

2. What poet did Protagoras say was really a dophist?

3. What did Socrates say could never be taught?

4. Why did Protagoras say many ordinary men were not virtuous?

5. What were fables used to teach boys?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why did Socrates say he did not think Protagoras could teach virtue?

2. What did Protagoras do to change the tone of the dialogue?

3. Why did Protagoras say it was important to punish evil men?

4. How did Protagoras make money?

5. What made Socrates angry, and how did he respond to this?

6. What did Protagoras want his pupils to become?

7. What frustrated Socrates when he was speaking with Protagoras?

8. How did Socrates respond when a door was slammed in his face?

9. What made Protagoras angry, and how did he respond to this?

10. What did Hippocrates hope to learn from Protagoras?

(see the answer keys)

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